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commercial production of sugar from the nipah palm The reception and assessment of beet at British sugar factories (and) reprints of published papers. by Victor Matthew Hinchy

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Thesis (D. Sc.)--The Queens" University of Belfast, 1940.

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The nipa palm has a very high sugar-rich sap yield. Fermented into ethanol or butanol, the palm's large amount of sap may allow for the production of 6,, liters (per year) of Leaf type: Pinnate.   Nipa palm (Nypa fruticans Wurmb., Arecaceae) is an important component of the East Asian mangrove is one of the oldest living palms [1,2].In Bangladesh, the natural distribution of Nipa palm is restricted to the ‘Sundarbans’, the largest single continuous tract of mangrove forest in the world [3,4].It grows along coastlines and estuarine habitats in . Nipa palm is commonly used in the country as roofing material for bahay kubo or is processed as vinegar. A team, led by Antonio Peralta of FREEDOM, Inc., drafted a research proposal titled, “Adoption and Utilization of Nipa Palm Sugar Processing Technology in Lanuza, Surigao Del Sur” funded by the Department of Agriculture-Bureau of Agricultural Research. Once extracted, sugarcane or sugar beet juices are immediately processed for sugar production. In the case of palm sugar, as the sap flow is slow, intermediate storage before collection is necessary: the juice is left for a minimum of 10 hours at temperatures around 30 0 C, with high hygrometry and high contaminations with natural yeasts.

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